We are located on the first floor of the Weston Place building at 625 North Segoe Road, Suite 101; Weston Place Madison, WI 53705-3194
Our location offers ample lit parking, wheelchair accessibility and elevators. If you prefer to conduct business online or over the phone , please use contact information from any page on our site and we will respond to you within 24 hours Monday-Friday.
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As a full service tax preparation firm, not only do we offer professional tax preparation we also offer in house accounting and payroll services. Call us today and we will be happy to set up an appointment for a free 30 minute consultation before we begin working together.
Consulting Services Tax & Accounting is available and has regular office hours Monday thru Friday year-round to assist you with any and all tax, accounting and payroll issues that may arise.
You can count on Consulting Services Tax & Accounting to provide you with high-quality services and expert advice that will put all of you tax time worries to rest.
If you have a unique or difficult tax situation, we are always here to help you. We have seen many different tax scenarios in our 45+ years of service to the Madison area.
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